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Cozy Canadian Brands – Part 2

Updated: Mar 10, 2022

To follow-up on my cozy Canadian brand list, here are additional brands to support, should you be on the lookout for loungewear or casual wear.

British Columbia

Jackson Rowe

Jackson Rowe is based in Vancouver, BC and they have the coziest gear. I took one look at their jumpsuits and decided I have to get one. I’ve got one in the blue steel colour and it’s the most flattering jumpsuit I own. It’s pictured above. Their products are made with purpose, thought and care. They focus on quality, craftsmanship and ensure the best fit. They’ve got a variety of tops, dresses, jumpsuits, accessories and children’s clothing.

For more information, please visit their website

Smash + Tess

Smash + Tess is Vancouver designed and popular worldwide. Why wouldn’t you love their cozy jumpsuits? In addition to jumpsuits, they’ve got an assortment of clothing for all ages and genders. Smash +Tess believes in slow fashion and making products with a clear purpose. I adore that they use rayon and cotton blends in their products, as these are more sustainable fabrics. They are currently offering free shipping in Canada and North America.

For more information, please visit their website

Paper Label

Paper Label is based in North Vancouver and have some of the most elegant loungewear pieces. They focus on pieces that you can wear from “sleep to street” and “comfort without compromise”. I love that there is a focus on comfort without comprising personal style. They are a women led brand and they are working towards being more ethically conscious. I have a pair of striped lounge pants from here and they are the softest pants. They have a variety of products to chose from and offer free shipping on orders of $150 or more.

For more information, please visit their website

Daub + Design

Daub + Design in based in Vancouver and their products are Canadian designed and manufactured. I love that every piece is hand-dyed or printed. Their goal “is to reduce the impact of fast fashion in the process of making their clothes by making quality garments to stand the test of time.” They have a wonderful selection of products, in a variety of colours. They offer free shipping on orders of $200+.

For more information, please visit their website

The Kindred Clothing Co.

This ethical Canadian brand is based in Abbotsford and built around the concept of family. Their main clothing line is for children (Little and Lively). Their products are designed to be carefree, effortless and with playful family life in mind. They carry a wide range of products, fit for the whole family. They offer free shipping on orders over $100.

For more information, please visit their website

Serenity West

Serenity West is based in Vancouver and they offer premium linen products. This brand offers luxurious products, created through local, sustainable and high quality production. They promote sustainable options for every lifestyle. They work with natural fabrics and buttons and make a conscious effort to be as eco-friendly as possible. They offer a range of clothing, bedding and home decor. They are also offering free shipping at the moment.

For more information, please visit their website

The Sweet Life Apparel

The Sweet Life Apparel is run by Jennifer Stafford, where the tees are designed at her home in Coquitlam and printed locally, in Vancouver. The brand focuses on Canadian made clothing and all the tops are tested for wearability & durability by Jennifer and her family. I love that the brand is a small business focused on family as well as supporting other local businesses in Vancouver. On top of all that, a portion of all sales are donated to Share Family & Community Services Food Bank serving the Tri-Cities. You can find an assortment of products for all ages and genders. They are offering shipping for $5 or $25 and free pick up in Coquitlam.

For more information, please visit their website

Central Canada

Blonde Ambition

Blonde Ambition is run by Sabrina, in Alberta. Blonde Ambition is a lifestyle label with passion and purpose. All of their clothing is designed and printed by the brand, in Alberta. A portion of all sales is directly donated to the Rowan House in Southern Alberta or an animal rescue the brand supports. Additionally, their signature Bad Ass Babe line focuses on empowerment, resilience and being true to yourself. I absolutely adore the positivity, messaging and purpose behind this Canadian company. They offer free shipping on order over $100.

For more information, please visit their website

Posh and Cozy

Posh and Cozy is located in Red Deer, Alberta with a warehouse in Lloydminster. Find yourself printed tees or sweaters, some kids clothing or some fun accessories. Posh and Cozy started out creating children’s clothing and has evolved into clothing for all ages. I love that their products are made from high quality fabrics, are eco-friendly, breathable and gentle on the skin. They select their fabrics with a focus on being toxic free. The majority of their products are made from a bamboo cotton blend, with a buttery soft texture. They offer a range of shipping options.

For more information, please visit their website


Royal Blush Apparel

If you haven’t noticed by now, I love printed tees and sweaters with fun messages. This shop is located in Pointe-Claire just outside of Montreal. Royal Blush Apparel is a great shop for graphic, custom apparel and promotional needs. Jamie and Brittany are the cutest girl duo. Royal Blush represents that” girl-boss-coffee-drinking-makeup-loving-momma-bear style”. Royal Blush uses high-quality products and has the best designs. I have a few tees, sweaters and accessories from this spot. They are offering $10 shipping on all orders in Canada.

For more information, please visit their website

Thank you for reading and happy Canadian shopping. If you have any additional shops, please send them my way.



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